EnzLab   Installations and References

At the time EnzLab is installed in more than 100 laboratories mainly in Germany and Switzerland, but also in Italy, Spain, France, Mexico and the United States.

 A happy user describes his experiences with the following remarks:

    I've been using  EnzLab this week and I really like it. If you ever have anyone on this side of  the ocean who
    needs to talk to an enthusiastic customer then please have them give me a call. Below and attached are some comments.
    Running an  enzymatic analysis is quite trivial - keep track of the time, add a drop here and there, do some basic math. Any spreadsheet is more than up to the task. I'm  sure that at least some of your potential customers will be thinking something  similar. Tell them that they'll be surprised.
    EnzLab makes  running enzymatics almost fun and somehow makes the results "feel" more real.  Letting the software keep track of what to add and when takes almost all of the  stress out of running the tests making the process almost fun. Having EnzLab do  the calculations and generate the reports produces the same numbers as a manual calculation, but it also somehow makes the results seem "better". They aren't -  of course - but having the machine authoritatively declare the results in a nice  printed format always "feels" less equivocal than having a human check and then double check a sloppy spreadsheet before coming up with a  number.

Typical users are governmental food quality control laboratories like
 Chem. Landes-Untersuchungsamt, Sigmaringen Germany
 Bayr. Landesamt f. Gesundheit und Lebensmittelsicherheit, Erlangen Germany
 Chem. Landes- und Staatl. Veterinäruntersuchungsamt, Münster Germany
 Institut für Lebensmittelchemie und Arzneimittelprüfung, Mainz Germany

and food manufacturers like
 Nestle AG Maggi Werk, Singen Germany (instant meals)
 Campina GmbH, Heilbronn Germany  (milk products)
 VOLG Weinkellerei, Ruhtal Switzerland  (wine)
 Gunkel Säfte, Heilbronn Germany  (juice)

as well as private laboratories and research institutes like
 Forschungsanstalt Geisenheim Germany, FG Mikrobiologie (wine).